CHRIS ASHWORTH appeared in Acme Corporation’s Killer’s Head (selected by the Baltimore Sun as one of the “Best on Baltimore stages in 2013”)and Caresses. He has also worked at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Single Carrot Theatre, and Shakespeare in Santa Fe. He created QLab. He joined Acme in 2014.

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If You Can Get to Buffalo

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Play by Samuel Beckett

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NAOMI KLINE is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the Media Studies program at New School University. In New York City, she worked as a founding member of Longstocking Productions. In Baltimore, Naomi has worked as an actor and director with Yellow Sign Theatre, UnSaddest Factory, Baltimore’s 10 Minute Play Festival, and Shine Creative. She has been a company member with the Acme Corporation since 2013.  

Office Ladies written and directed by Lola B. Pierson

"Best Playwright" - Baltimore CityPaper "Best of Baltimore 2013"

Winter 2012

Office Ladies makes the City

Paper's Top 10 

Theatre List for 2012!

http://citypaper.com/news/2012-top-ten-stage-1.1414978

 

Read Robert Obrien’s interview with Alex Scally about the music in Office Ladies.

http://www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/beach-houses-alex-scally-writes…

 

Review from the Baltimore City Paper

http://citypaper.com/arts/stage/learning-to-love-the-bomb-1.1414941

 

Office Ladies and The Acme Corporation in The Baltimore Sun http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/arts/bs-ae-acme-office-ladies-…

Thr3e Zisters by Anton Chekhov.

Directed by Yury Urnov

Spring 2012

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YURY URNOV is a director, translator with the Specialist and the MFA Diplomas from the Russian Academy of Theater Art (GITIS).  He has directed about 40 productions in Russia, Europe, Africa, and the US. He has translated into Russian plays of E. Albee, M. Mc Donagh, and S. Ruhl, as well as plays by Y. Klavdiev, P. Priazhko, and Presnyakov brothers into English. He has worked with Philip Arnoult’s Center for International Theatre Development over the past decade on three continents. In 2009/11, he was a Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Towson University. Yury is currently an Artist in Residence with both Towson University and the Woolly Mammoth Theater in DC.